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12 quail egg cartons

Posted By: ray | 17 September, 2018 | Comments |
anyone have any contacts wholesalers for dozen quail egg cartons or plastic containers..require about 150 please.


Free Range Quail

Posted By: L Webb | 26 August, 2018 | Comments | Hi all,

A few years ago I was told that there is a breed of quail that, due to their flocking nature half the flock could be caged while the other half could free range and return to the caged flock each night. They flocks could be rotated. Would anybody know of this breed as I have misplaced the information.
Kind regards 
Leigh


cages

Posted By: ray | 22 May, 2018 | Comments |
were in Australia can u buy wire cages at economical prices and freight to W.A. thanks


is it a pest, pet or just another beautiful bird

Posted By: Baffled | 30 April, 2018 | Comments | Ever since the fuel reduction burns around a week ago In our area a beautiful bird has decided my front yard, mainly the hedge, is its new home. I have no problem with this but I was unsure if this bird was a pest or pet or fine to do  its own thing. 

Ive identified the bird as a california quail or bob white or northern bob white,  depending on where you're from, and also found its not native but can hybridise with the native species and also found articles on Tas Gov website saying could be a potential pest. What do I do? The bird is clearly not scared of me but only to a about a metre away then it stands tall and runs like the wind lol. 
Could it be an escaped pet?  


is it a pest, pet or just another beautiful bird

Posted By: Baffled | 30 April, 2018 | Comments |
Ever since the fuel reduction burns around a week ago In our area a beautiful bird has decided my front yard, mainly the hedge, is its new home. I have no problem with this but I was unsure if this bird was a pest or pet or fine to do  its own thing. 

Ive identified the bird as a california quail or bob white or northern bob white,  depending on where you're from, and also found its not native but can hybridise with the native species and also found articles on Tas Gov website saying could be a potential pest. What do I do? The bird is clearly not scared of me but only to a about a metre away then it stands tall and runs like the wind lol. 
Could it be an escaped pet?  


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